Climate Smart Agriculture

What is Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA)? 

Climate Smart Agriculture refers to farming practices and systems that aim to enhance food security, increase resilience to climate change, and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. 

What are the main goals of Climate Smart Agriculture? 

The primary goals of Climate Smart Agriculture include increasing agricultural productivity, improving resilience to climate change impacts, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural activities. 

How does Climate Smart Agriculture differ from conventional farming practices? 

Climate Smart Agriculture integrates climate change considerations into farming practices, focusing on sustainable and environmentally friendly approaches to ensure long-term food security and resilience. 

What are some examples of Climate Smart Agriculture practices? 

Examples of Climate Smart Agriculture practices include conservation agriculture, agroforestry, crop diversification, water management techniques, and the use of climate-resilient crop varieties. 

How can farmers implement Climate Smart Agriculture on their farms? 

Farmers can implement Climate Smart Agriculture by adopting practices such as precision agriculture, soil conservation measures, sustainable land management, and integrating agroecological principles into their farming systems. 

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